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Study Rooms
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Study Rooms

Overview
Find a quiet place for your study group or reading group. The Mohammed bin Rashid Library's Study Rooms are open for anyone to use for studying, reading or research. You'll find our Study Rooms and shared Study Lounges on the Second Floor of the library building. The Study Lounges are communal areas, available for anyone to use, according to space available, while our six Study Rooms can be reserved in advance for your next study or reading group meeting. Each of our Study Rooms has seating for eight people. All our Study Rooms are equipped with study tables, free Wi-Fi and power sockets for your own electronic devices, while a shared photocopier and printer are available for your use in the Study Lounges.
Study Room booking

Once registered as a library member, you can reserve a Second Floor Study Room via the members' My Library portal or by calling us on the phone. Study Rooms are intended for collaborative study only, so if you need a room for a meeting or workshop, please ask about our Conference Rooms on the Fourth Floor.

People of determination

Study facilities are suitable for people with a mobility impairment, accessible via the library's elevators and able to accommodate wheelchairs where required.

Rules for Study Room use
  • Study Rooms are for the use of study groups, not individuals or other kinds of meeting.
  • Study Rooms can be used (reserved or not) for a maximum of 2 hours at any one time, to be renewed according to availability.
  • Booking is not required and unreserved rooms will be made available to study groups on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • You may bring books and other library items to the study areas if permitted by the concerned library.
  • Study Room users with reservations should arrive at the room no more than 10 minutes after the start time.
  • All Study Room users should leave the room no less than 10 minutes before the library closing time.
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